Month: June 2019


Inflation for June Spikes to 5.7 Percent Due to Higher Food Prices

Inflation rate for the month of June spiked to 5.7 percent due to an increase in food prices.According to ...

You Can Now Live Up To 6 Months Without Paying Rent in Uganda

Tenants in Uganda will be able to default paying rent for between 3 to 6 months and only evicted after six months ...

Kenyans With More Than One Mobile Loan App To Be Denied Loans
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Kenyans with more than one mobile loan apps on their smartphones are likely to be denied loans in future.The newly-formed Digital ...

Chronicles of an Architect: The PROS and CONS of an Open Plan Kitchen

An open plan kitchen is defined as a kitchen area that has no barriers such as walls and doors that traditionally separated ...

Does working under pressure affect our performance?

People tend to react to situations differently depending on a lot of things, especially when they are dealing with an issue or ...

Did Know That Tonsils Are For Your Own Good
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“Do you know that the tonsils are just helping you fight bad bacteria?” My friend asked me that question and I ...

Twitter influencers, politicians to have offensive tweets ‘hidden’
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Twitter has announced that it has added a notification that bar users from accessing offensive or violent tweets, especially from influential persons ...

OCS Found Dead in Bungoma Rental Home

Crispus Sidano Mwandime, the OCS Cheptais, was found dead in his rental home in Bungoma County on 27th June 2019.The body ...

Kenya Trade Network Agency Scoops Africa Public Service Day Award

Kenya Trade Network Agency [KenTrade] was awarded the 2nd best Government Institution for being the “Best managed, ethical, accountable, transparent and accessible ...

Africa pledges to deliver Blue Economy at ABEF 2019

The prospect of a fully sustainable Blue Economy for Africa gathered significant momentum following the second Africa Blue Economy Forum (ABEF2019) held ...




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